I just thought that if you are looking for something to do tomorrow that doesn't involve sitting in a traffic jam somewhere you might think of coming along to the farm for our special event.
All we are saying....is come see our farm.
Good food is important to us at Burscough Community Farm. Eating it is a pretty big incentive to growing it as far as I am concerned. (It’s a good job that earning money isn’t at the top of the list of reasons why we do it).
Seeing what someone else can produce from the ingredients that we grow is an exciting thing. Tomorrow, our vegetarian catering friends Su and NIck from ‘Give Peas A Chance’ are down on the farm to give us a taste of what they have done with our produce.
The Menu goes like this:
Courgette and tomato soup, with a farm tapas taster plate made up of:
Pakora and falafel accompanied by
Salty dehydrated kale
Making exciting vegetarian and vegan food is a wonderful thing and Su and NIck do it well.
We are the green alternative to Ormskirk Motorfest this Sunday, so if watching fast vehicles burn carbon is not your thing, come along and check us out. Find out more here.
And by the way, we are not all vegetarian of vegan, many of our members are fully fledged carnivores; it doesn’t stop them from ‘giving peas a chance.’